Welcome to Friday, heroes! (Or villains, I don’t know your life.) It’s been an uphill battle this week — punching trains, battling evil-doers, clawing my way back to sunlight from under a mountain of paperwork — and I’m about ready to kick off the weekend with a nice cup of Joe, a shot of definitely-not-whiskey, and a long, cool drink of DC Comics.
Ladies are super! That’s what the DC Comics licensed children’s book publisher Downtown Bookworks thinks. On October 21st, the publisher will launch DC Super Heroes: My First Book of Girl Power, and it looks awesome.
Here’s the publisher’s blurb:
DC Super Heroes: My First Book of Girl Power showcases the strength, intelligence, kindness, and bravery of the women in the DC universe. From Wonder Woman’s ability to find the truth to Batgirl’s sharp mind to Black Canary’s powerful voice, DC’s super heroines are wonderful role models for young girls.
The Supreme Court opted not to intervene in the long-running, horrible legal battle between DC and the Shuster estate over the rights to Superman. The Court allegedly commented “maybe everyone should just chill, bro,” before slipping on some sweet shades and pretending like it never got the Shuster estate’s texts. Bummer.
CinemaBlend thinks DC is owning the small screen, which it kind of is, despite the that monochromatic ravine where fun goes to die, Gotham. This is good news for DC, considering no one has stopped making fun of their movie offerings yet.
How’s your Friday going, caped crusaders? Shout it out in the comments or hit us up on Twitter to let us know!